Trying To Scale A SaaS Product Faster? Read This.

This above is exactly how Uber’s website looked like in March 2010 — just a simple map and as much

SaaS Companies Can Charge As Much As They Like If…

SaaS. Software as a service. Past written pieces link to the idea of: you’re either ramping up the software or

Cold Calling Is Over. Do This Instead.

There are things to be added to the “Future of Freemium” cornerstone piece, which I will do after this is

Undercutting Competitors Can Lead To More Profit — Here’s How

On competition: if someone can cut you out from a deal by offering what you give, but for free —

Don’t Do This When Naming Your SaaS Company

This piece was written around 2 months ago on how to find the best name for your Saas. One quick

Why Lifetime Pricing For SaaS Products Is The Worst Idea

There’s no “lifetime” pricing when it comes to SaaS products. It’s 100% a practice of the past. Why? Because we’ve

How To “Listen To What Your Users Are Doing, Not What They’re Saying”

I was discussing with a fellow reader their team’s situation of applying for venture capital. As we were conversating back

How To Handle Objections As A SaaS Company

Being aware of your users’ objections (especially if they’re not paying users yet) goes a long way. Mind you, the

The Future Of Branding

I want to expand a bit more on yesterday’s written piece. Let me go through the time-machine again. Advertising came

The Future Of Marketing: Communities Are Coming, Ads Are Left Behind

Before, we only had word of mouth. Until 100 years ago, you couldn’t say “brand did not exist”. It did,

How To Write Every Day For Your SaaS Product’s Users

If “you learn something new every day” — then you can write something every day. We anyways write every day.

Learn From Apple How Your SaaS Can Steal The Spotlight

“Observe a weak point in the market and capitalize on it” sounds good. But it’s a bit abstract. You know